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March 11, 1845: Died, Johnny Appleseed. His real name was John Chapman, and he really did travel all over the countryside planting apple trees. It was a business: he got the seeds, and often the use of the land for free, and sold the trees to whoever would buy them. Since the trees were raised from seeds -- not grafting -- they were unsuitable for eating, but excellent for making hard cider.

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Johnny Appleseed. A colonial Ma. apple cider nurseryman.

Here Comes Johnny Appleseed Poem... The version we use in kindergarten is slightly different (orchards - trees and beneath - under).

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Apples and Johnny Appleseed Research

IT's APPLE and JOHHNY APPLESEED TIME!!! Apples & Johnny Appleseed Writing "Research" w/ Literacy and math activities. 80 pages!!!! Lots of leveled work for different leveled learners. :o)

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pinterest ohio history | Obit of the Day (Historical): Johnny Appleseed (1845)An early American ...

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Johnny Appleseed--(John Chapman) Nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. A legend in his own times

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The Strangely True Tale Of Johnny Appleseed

He's legend now, but Johnny Appleseed was as odd as his myth. Click the image for more info, then go eat an Apple.

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Anheuser-Busch in April unveiled Johnny Appleseed, its first wholly new brand from in eight years. #beer #brewery #cider

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